For some footballers and coaches, life outside of football is not the same as when you are part of the sport. Some footballing figures after back after being out for a time as they cannot live without being on the field of play.
Something similar happened to new Watford manager Claudio Ranieri. For the Italian, age is just a number and his desire to manage a team is despite his age. "I'm very bored if I don't stay in football. I love football, I love life and then, why not," he told 'Sky Sports'.
The coach highlighted the importance of mental strength: "It doesn't matter whether you are 70 or 80, the oldest coach in England, maybe with a walking stick. But the brain is important and I still have a young brain. I put all my energy and all my spirit in my job, and I'm happy."
His first league game in the return to the Premier League will not be an easy opponent, since they will face Liverpool. The coach promised to invite the squad to dinner if they do not concede a goal against Jurgen Klopp's men.
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